Steve Nallon is probably best known as a comedy impressionist from television and radio shows; such as Night of a Thousand Faces, Spitting Image, The New Statesman, And This Is Them and First Impressions. Steve’s remarkable act uses more than forty voices; to take his audience on a comic tour through The World of the Impressionist.
Steve Nallon: Comedy Impressionist
Steve’s vast repertoire ensures there is something for everyone. From sporting celebrities such as David Beckham, Murray Walker and Frankie Dettori; to television personalities including Cilla Black, Julian Clary, Chris Tarrant and Dame Edna Everage. Not forgetting a bunch of politicians such as Tony Blair, Ann Widdecombe, Roy Hattersley and Margaret Thatcher; and some old favourites like Alan Bennett, John Inman and Leonard Rossiter.
In Steve’s brilliant and original comic world of the impression you will hear:
- Woody Allen on the psychiatrist’s couch with agony aunt Claire Raynor
- Rugby union commentator Bill McLaren describing how the All Blacks would make a meringue
- David Attenborough meeting Wallace and Gromit
- Hyacinth Bucket on Blind Date
- Trevor Brooking’s answer machine message
- Voice of Caroline Aherne from The Royle Family being turned into a lawnmower
- Voice of Bruce Forsyth becoming a fly stuck behind a net curtain
- Kenneth Williams giving tomorrow’s weather forecast
And many, many more.